Watch laboratory Microtechnician
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Watch Laboratory Microtechnician
Credits: Watch Laboratory Microtechnician © FHH
A watch laboratory microtechnician works with prototypes and new products. He/she can also be asked to examine complex problems which the in-house production department is unable to resolve. They have a wide scope of activity. Technicians in laboratories or a quality control department work in collaboration with engineers and designers.
Source : ETVJ Le Sentier ; State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation, Study Framework for training in higher education colleges – Microtechnology engineering - approved November 24th 2010
Conservator, Conservator-Restorer, Watch Designer, Product Designer, Microtechnology Components Drafter, Watchmaker (4 years), Watchmaker-Developer, Production Watchmaker (3 years), Microtechnology Engineer, Materials Engineer, Microtechnology Engineer specialising in watches, Industrial Design Engineer, Master Watchmaker, Production Mechanic, Micromechanic, Watch Fitter, Polymechanic, Mechanical Operator, Microtechnician, Microtechnician specialising in watch design, Microtechnician specialising in industrial processes, Microtechnician specialising in restoration/complications